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How To Wear White After Labor Day

I’ve pretty much always been a rule follower, but every now and then there are some instances that I’ll break one or two! We’ve all heard that we’re not supposed to wear white after Labor Day, but we as southerners – especially – refuse to acknowledge this all together. In fact, we wear white pretty much year round down here! Instead of packing up my white jeans, I’m sharing one way that I’m wearing white right into fall in today’s post with Nordstrom!


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White Denim

One issue when searching for the perfect white jeans is denim that stretches out mid-wear. Two hours into my day, I’d have loose material in the knees, and they’d already be sagging a little in the waist. After going through multiple pairs like this, I decided it was actually worth it to invest in designer white denim. And, I love that Nordstrom offers so many different denim brands allowing you to find the perfect fit and style for your body.

Madewell Cardigan

Hands-down one of my favorite Nordstrom Anniversary Sale purchases has been the Madewell Ryder cardigan. It’s so super soft – also love this Kent cardigan too. I picked this brown neutral that I knew would go well with any color in my closet.

Lush Tunic

Everyone needs at least one of these Lush tunics in their closet! It comes in a ton of color options and is such an easy throw-on-and-go piece. It lightweight for layering under cardigans, vests and jackets and can be worn by itself too. I’ve had this same tunic for two years now!

Zac Posen Belay Crossbody

I’m a major Zac Posen handbag fan – I’ve got quite a few Eartha versions in my closet. BUT I am obsessed with their new Belay bucket bag style. I’m wearing the medium crossbody which I think is the perfect size, and I cannot get over this color! It’s so good for all fall outfits – I could keep gushing over it forever.

Ankle Tie Heels

Snagged a designer dupe version of these Alexandre Birman ankle tie heels ($600) recently. Chinese Laundry has an almost identical pair on Nordstrom for just $100. Pair them with jeans to jazz up a casual look, or wear them with a dress for an updated take on the classic ankle strap heel.

Baublebar Earrings | Kendra Scott Jewelry

Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses


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photos by Lainey Reed


Thank you to Nordstrom, a brand I love,  for sponsoring this post. As always all opinions and styling are my own.

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5 Comments

  • Reply Natali Karppinen

    You are looking so elegant, stylish and glamorous in this minimalistic outfit!

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    September 4, 2017 at 12:46 pm
  • Reply Natali

    You are looking so stylish in this minimalistic, glam-chicdaytime combo! LOVE your bag!

    https://lartoffashion.com/style-granny-shoes/

    September 4, 2017 at 12:50 pm
  • Reply Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

    I would never NOT be able to wear white. It’s such a great colour, and a beautiful neutral palette!

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
    http://charmainenyw.com

    September 4, 2017 at 12:56 pm
  • Reply Sharon

    I think you totally nailed it in this post. White after labor day is best paired with neutrals even a neutrals and layered accessories. I’m wearing a white dress to a party this weekend but with a cute vintage beige blazer. You photos are so pretty, thanks for sharing!
    http://www.forthewonderer.com

    September 6, 2017 at 3:52 pm
  • Reply Brandi

    I am loving this all white look on you!!!!
    Happy Saturday Babe!
    Xx Brandi
    @brandirockmatthews
    http://www.brandilocks.com

    September 9, 2017 at 12:56 pm
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